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Meet Dr. Jennifer Pusateri

Headshot of Jennifer Pusateri, a female in her 40s with blonde shoulder-length hair
Book cover: Transform Your Teaching with Universal Design for Learning: Six Steps to Jumpstart Your Practice by Jennifer Pusateri

Dr. Jennifer Pusateri is the author of Transform Your Teaching with Universal Design for Learning:  Six Steps to Jumpstart Your Practice and serves as the Universal Design Consultant for the University of Kentucky's Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) where she fosters the advancement of accessibility and inclusive teaching practices across campus. 

Jennifer formerly served as the co-chair of the international UDLHE (UDL in Higher Ed.) Network, and continues to present at international UDL conferences and across the U.S.  She was also delighted to build an online course in 2022 with AHEAD Ireland (Association for Higher Education Access and Disability). As a member of the prestigious CAST National Faculty, Jennifer regularly presents UDL workshops and webinars for school districts, college faculty, and state boards of education across the United States. Dr. Pusateri has also been featured as a guest UDL specialist in podcasts such as Think UDL and Teaching in Higher Ed.

Before arriving at the University of Kentucky, Jennifer worked for the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) where she served as an education consultant and specialist in differentiated learning and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).  Jennifer taught Arts & Humanities for grades K-8 at a nationally recognized school for students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Pusateri received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of the Cumberlands, and her PhD in Education Sciences with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Kentucky. 

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